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  • The 2013 Reversible Afghan...

    ... OK, I have started it, on this week's blog, the first two squares published are - Flying Geese, based on the classic quilting block and reversible diamond in double seed / moss stitch block. I reckon the square takes an evening or two to make... so at a two per month, I reckon you could crack it with me, in time for Christmas!
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    Great squares
    So many projects, so little time

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    • #3
      What size pins are you using Roz. I am going to give it a go and join you.
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      • #4
        What an excellent idea....
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        • #5
          I'm not sure I'll have time to join in with this, but it looks a fabby idea!
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          • #6
            I decided to crochet mine and have done 5 squares so far but I am using Aran as I have quite a lote of bits laying around. Still 12" squares though. Will post a pic later.
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            • #7
              i got so excited there.. i collect afghans... but i mean the real dogs lol... i have some afghan hair that has been spun, and i also have felted with my own dogs after grooming... your squares look great.
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                Originally posted by petjewels View Post
                i got so excited there.. i collect afghans... but i mean the real dogs lol... i have some afghan hair that has been spun, and i also have felted with my own dogs after grooming... your squares look great.
                You collect Afghans? How many do you have? How fun would it be to knit an afghan out of afghan hair? It would be doubly Aghan-tastic!
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                • #9
                  LOL... if i could i would. but i cant, so i wont.. .I only have two, but i d have plenty other dogs lol ... but i have afghan THings.. all over.. the spun hair is about 30 years old from a lady who no longer wanted it.. its fab..
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